Looking to work, volunteer, or study abroad this summer? Not sure where to start looking? Curious about funding options? Join us for a quick overview of everything you need to know to get started and meet important deadlines. Hear from students about their experiences with summer study abroad, domestic and international internships, and working back home for the summer. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH CRIMSON CAREERS TO ATTEND.
Learn about Harvard’s Amgen 10-week intensive summer research program, one of 13 Amgen U.S. Programs and 5 Asia programs that support research in biotechnology. The Harvard program includes faculty projects in FAS science departments, SEAS, the Wyss Institute for Biologically-inspired Engineering, and the School of Medicine. All Amgen programs are open to rising juniors and seniors in biotechnology-related fields.
This 1 1/2-hour overview is intended for first-year students and any undergraduate upperclassmen who have not yet had a research experience at Harvard. The program includes guidance on how to develop a research proposal from an idea, how to navigate the various funding resources for research available to undergraduates, how to build critical connections with faculty mentors, how to write a research proposal, and the opportunity to speak with concentration specialists about your interests. THIS IS A “DON’T MISS” EVENT FOR FIRST-YEAR STUDENTS CONSIDERING A RESEARCH EXPERIENCE AND OTHERS WHO...Read more about Entering the World of Research ("Research 101") [URAF Event]
Wondering how you will pay for medical school? Join us for this "Financing Your Medical Education" program with Stephanie Hunt, Director of Financial Aid at Harvard Medical School. Ms. Hunt will lead a discussion on financial aid options. Her comments will be relevant to all medical schools and all types of applicants, including international students. First-year students through alumni are welcome to attend. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH CRIMSON CAREERS TO ATTEND.
Are you interested in improving your science communication skills using a method developed by Alan Alda (yes, from M*A*S*H)? The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science uses improvisation-based techniques to train science professionals to communicate about science.
This interactive session introduces participants to general principles in how to craft short, clear, conversational statements, intelligible to non-scientists, about what you do and why it matters. The session consists of an interactive presentation and discussion on...
This new extra-curricular program is open to current juniors in Harvard College, in *any* concentration, and is a collaborative program between the Faculty of Arts & Sciences (FAS), the John A. Paulson School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (SEAS), and Harvard Business School (HBS).
The Harvard Summer Undergraduate Research Village consists of the PRISE, BLISS, PRIMO, SHARP, and SURGH research programs. These 10-week residential research programs provide students with the opportunity to conduct full-time research at Harvard while living in a vibrant, inclusive, intellectually and socially active community of scholars. Learn more about the application process, community expectations, and program benefits!
What's possible for your summer? Attend this workshop to learn about research, study abroad, public service, summer internship opportunities, and summer funding. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH CRIMSON CAREERS TO ATTEND.
Excited to do term time or summer research? Curious about what it means to “do research”? Come to this workshop to learn about how to find a lab/research advisor, important questions to ask, different ways to fit this in your schedule, and how to find funding. OCS Premed and Pre-Health advisers, OCS Peer Pre-health Liaison Peer Advising Fellows, and upperclassmen will be on hand to answer questions and help you think about your plans. This workshop is geared towards first-year students and sophomores, but all undergraduates are welcome.... Read more about Finding Research: From Humanities to the Sciences